Sun-Ringle Riser Bar Handlebar

For XC racing and riding. Benefits: 7075-T6 lightweight butted alloy, heat-treated, comfortable rise and width for riders seeking a slight riser bar feel with a straight bar size.

User Reviews (3)

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matthew   Cross Country Rider [Dec 17, 2001]
Strength:

Light Weight and cool graphics

Weakness:

None Yet

Light weight bar that feels pretty good and only has a 1" rise which kick the monkey's butt for the riding I do, I like to XC race, but I also tear up singletrack on the same bike so i like the extra width and little bit of a rise...oh did i mention it only weighs 190 grams! thats less then some flat bars ive ridden

Similar Products Used: Answer taperlight, Kore Riser, Easton EA-50
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Chris in MI   [Aug 18, 2002]
Strength:

Awesome value, strong and durable, and looks cool!

Weakness:

None!

This is simple: the Sun/Ringlé Inferno XC riser bar is a tremendous value. It's extremely lightweight (for this price range), it's strong and stiff, and is dirt cheap! Plus it looks cool (love the flames)! Looking for a decent riser bar that doesn't weigh 2 lbs.? Get this handlebar and be happy. I love mine.

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Paul M   Weekend Warrior [May 04, 2002]
Strength:

Light weight, inexpensive, low rise, mild 6 degree bend

Weakness:

flame graphics are a little wild for my taste

An excellent riser bar for cross-country use. It's light, has just the right rise and bend and the price is right.

Similar Products Used: Azonic riser bar
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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